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Sep 27, 2012 11:30am PDT
industries was no accident. about 30 miles southwest of taipei is hsinchu science-based industrial park, home to around 200 companies. founded by the government in 1979, hsinchu science park was part of a master plan to jump-start a high-tech microelectronics industry in taiwan. that plan began with a transfer of technology know-how from abroad, particularly from the united states. with a transfer of technology a team of researchers was sent to learn the integrated circuit, or i.c., industry from the american electronics giant rca. when they returned, the government saw its chance to cultivate this high-tech know-how taiwanese geographer stjinn-yuh hsuny. has been examining the factors critical to the development of taiwan's high-tech industry. basically, for taiwan's high-tech industry, the government play a very critical role in the process in the beginning stage. however, i think there's another key factor who pushed the taiwan high- technology industry forward, which come from the silicon valley returnees. narrator: silicon valley returnees. in the 1970s, many taiwanese students wen
LINKTV
Oct 3, 2012 8:00am PDT
? let's suppose we take those flippers and cut them off. [laughter] it's for science. all right? all right. now it could take the tail on to it, right? all right. we cut the tail off. with the eyeballs. okay. now, oh let's suppose we-- that's a little cruel. let's suppose we just take the flippers and put scotch tape over them, okay, and put a couple of splints in the tail. okay. now, how can the fish go down if it wants to go down? how many say, "it can't do anything now, got no flippers"? how many say, "i think the fish still can go down"? here's a little hint. if the fish is gonna go down, what does the fish have to do to its density, make it more or less? more. is there any way for the fish to change its density? yes. what can it do? breathes off the air. it can contract its--bladder. it can make its volume smaller. if it pulls in on its bladder, pulls in, it'll sink, okay? and so the-- let's suppose, all of a sudden, you put better food at the top. how's it gonna get to the top? it's gonna push out. push out, make the volume larger and it's gonna go right to the top. so a fish varies
LINKTV
Sep 27, 2012 8:00am PDT
how it's been done, science fiction, okay? scaled up. and it scaled up, so, that ant-- [makes sounds] --the same size as the elephant. now, they're gonna have a contest to see who can lift a greater load. who are you gonna be betting on? elephant. ants. check your neighbor. is there anyone in here says, "honey, the ant can't even do push ups. the elephant is the one that's the strongest." show of hands. all right. these are my people. these are the people who have read the book. the rest of you guys come in for a free lunch today, right? what's that thing all about, yeah? come on. that ant couldn't make it. the legs are too skinny. yeah, i see. why ants got skinny leg? ever see a daddy longlegs? ever see a rhinoceros, an elephant? humongous legs, very, very thick. why? because as things get scaled up, scaled up and scaled up, it turns out the thickness of the leg doesn't catch up with the bulk of the body. let's see if we can understand these ideas with the simple example. here's a cube. if i make this cube twice as big. how much heavier will it be? are we gonna say, "--what do you m
LINKTV
Sep 26, 2012 8:00am PDT
sitting on? why do you go like this? why don't my hand go right on through? like in the science fiction stories. why? why does it stop? how can i make contact with the table, if this is mostly empty space and the table is mostly empty space? how many say that there is no explanation for that? there is an explanation, gang. you know what it is? oh, nobody be knowing. one be knowing. so you guys didn't have a chance to read the book this weekend. check the neighbor-- see if the neighbor knows. why is it you don't fall through your chair? anyone have any ideas? anyone? trish. do the charges repel each other? yes, electrical charges, right on, wonderful. wonderful. remember, we talked about the atom here, these electrons repelling other electrons? any electrons on your seat? yes, any electrons on your seat? and when these electrons squished closer and closer, what do they do? begin with "r" end with "l". they repel and this is an electrical repulsion, my friend, between you and the chairs upon which you sit. let's put it this way. let's suppose this table-- pretend this table is a m
LINKTV
Oct 1, 2012 7:30pm PDT
headed toward the sciences. and going to medical school was something that i knew would be beneficial to the "race," world race, my race. but my thinking was, "i don't want to be a doctor who paints. i think i want to be a painter." it was like i was already an artist, but i mean, i just, i sort of had to say that to myself. my first interest is in the structure of something. and so when i start out making something, i'm not thinking about who might have lived there. i'm thinking about how i want it to look. structure for me is number one. and then i will decide who might have lived there. somes i will move away frowhat i'm working on and look at it -- look back at it -- and move around it and look at it. it's a process of getting a fresh look at something. it's like working on a drawing and you back up to see what your perspective is. and you see how you're doing -- how if it's flowing the way you want it flow, if it's moving the way you want it to move. i bent the metal one way, and i saw that the top part wasn't going to work. if this was clay, then i could just, you kn, take my ha
LINKTV
Sep 27, 2012 7:30pm PDT
- from the sciences to biology to psychology to theory, religious dogmas, historical information, science - the whole spectrum. and teaching it in such a way that it was never above their heads, and allowing them, then, to apply that knowledge in disciplines that he taught them, and he showed them that god does in fact live in them. so they're called masters - they're mastering their humanity, for the sake of the divine greatness, and celebrating life on a new level, a new understanding. and all of that, as we sit here today, has all been worth living through, finding my own truth, knowing what i know, and willing to live it, no matter what, has evolved me tremendously. and now in reflection, i look back and see that without adversity, we never know our own strength. >> i want to tell you that i love you - >> and we love you. >> - and that you are worth loving indeed, and for you to also understand, coming from social consciousness, for you to re-remember as it were, that your god loves you more than all else, for you are that which is termed the reason for god existing on this p
LINKTV
Oct 2, 2012 3:00pm PDT
to, well, what if we do science, do chemistry, differently? most skin care products are based in water. what if we start playing and see what we can do with fruit juice-basing? >> turns out all those fruit and vegetable juice bases that are high in antioxidants and vitamins that are good for our overall health are precisely what the skin needs, too. you see, from the green apple body cleanser to the antioxidant serum, each product in the line has a raw ingredient base of 70% or higher and is packed with freshly squeezed juice concentrate--apples, cherries, pomegranates, grapes, raspberries. you name the fruit, and this duo is finding a way for nature to nurture our skin. >> we work with almost 29 different organic fruit juices. that's our start point. and to those juices, you'll see me adding the other 100-plus ingredients that we purchase organically, and those ingredients include everything from plantils to essential oils to herbs to honey. you name it. if we can get it organic, it's finitely on our ingredient listing. >> in the base, melissa usually starts with apple juice, an
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